Bob Davis talks about the anger and activism of the 1970s which laid the foundations for homosexual law reform in the 1980s.
1970s, 2010s, activism, allies, anger, anti-apartheid movement, anti-nuclear movement, anti-war movement, aotearoa new zealand, auckland, bob davis, capitalism, colin moyle, conservative, donald trump, fascism, feminism, fran wilde, future, gay liberation movement, gender identity, gerald o'brien, homophobia, homosexual law reform, identity, international lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex association (ilga), law, national gay rights coalition, out in the park (wellington), out in the square (wellington), parade, patriarchal system, politics, proud 2016 (wellington), racism, robert muldoon, robin duff, spain, stonewall riots (1969), taumarunui, visibility, waitangi park, wellington
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1980s, activities, agenda, apartheid, building, change, conference, death, diversity, expression, frustration, gay, history, hope, leadership, liberation, museums, opportunity, people, power, queer, race, rage, rainbow, relationships, sexuality, social, solidarity, state power, time, university, work
|Record date:||12th March 2016|
|Location:||Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand|
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